Sun Xiuping, a special correspondent for the [Global Times in Japan, said on Wednesday he would call a press conference to tell his story, expose the darkness of Japanese justice and continue to make money.
Japanese nhk television said lawyers who spoke to mr. ghosn several times said he was fighting to hold a press conference next week to explain his arrest, prosecution and escape, and could be critical of the country's judicial system. According to Japan's Daily News, Mr Ghosn studied the case of a Japanese celebrity on bail and found that the Japanese judiciary had a 99 per cent chance of finding a celebrity guilty. The former corporate executive was then convinced he couldn't get a fair trial.
Ghosn also plans to make his story into a movie, mainly to win the sympathy of the audience. According to the Daily News, he had met with leading Hollywood film producer John Lesher in Tokyo in December to negotiate with him about filming. At the end of the film, Ghosn said it would be amazing.
The Lebanese government received a red wanted notice from Interpol on Thursday. According to the Lebanese Daily Star, at the request of INTERPOL, the Lebanese authorities plan to approach Ghosn in the near future and obtain details. But the justice minister said he had no intention of extraditing Mr Ghosn to Japan.
Reports of how the car mogul escaped life continue to swirl. On Wednesday, NHK television said surveillance video showed Ghosn leaving his Tokyo home alone before fleeing. On Wednesday, sources said Mr Ghosn contracted two private jets to smuggle out of Japan through a security company. One plane flew from Osaka to Istanbul, Turkey, before another flew from Istanbul to Beirut.